News By/Courtesy: Amol Verma | 16 May 2019 23:35pm IST

The recently launched 10 millionth produce of Yamaha looks pretty much similar in design to those the giant bike producer had earlier brought in the name of MT-series. This achievement comes after nearly 34 years of its establishment. The Japanese brand was established in the year 1985. Major brands were brought into India after the initiation of the four-stroke era and Yamaha was surely one of them. Yamaha fills further require a span of 6-8 years to double its production to 2 crores provided that they grow at the present speed. Scooters have comprised of almost 44% of Yamaha’s total production volume. The Japanese brand had already achieved a remarkable feat by producing 5 million units in the last year. FZ is the highest produced motorbike whereas Fascino records the highest number of produces when talked about gearless products.

The chairman of Yamaha motor India group, Motofumi Shitara expressed that this has been the most successful brand over the years across the globe and the journey has been exciting over the past years. It is important to note that the Japanese brand gets 80% of its total production done from the north Indian developers. Further, the Yamaha motor India group will be inviting senior Yamaha officials from Japan to celebrate this exciting feat.

 

Section Editor: Puja Jakhar | 16 May 2019 23:40pm IST


Tags : #Yamaha #YamahaMotors #YamahaBikes #YesYamaha

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